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‘Swing in the Sticks’ – new weekly regional radio show

A NEW one hour golf radio show called ‘Swinging in the Sticks’ will air this Sunday morning on 33 regional stations throughout the east...

Woods and Mickelson share the spoils

The "dynamic duo" walked away with some nice trophies and a little more than loose change following the Tour Championship

It’s going to be a Daly summer

Update Wednesday, September 9: Daly Withdraws from Aussie Tour. Big John Daly has been forced to cancel his Australian appearances later this year after a recurring rib injury has seen him sidelined for the remainder of 2009. Daly, who recently announced his intention to play both the Australian Open and the Australian PGA Championship in December revealed today (9/9/09) his disappointment at having to cancel his trip to Australia after the injury which he initially suffered at the 2007 Honda Classic flared up and required a surgical procedure last week.

Australia joins World PGA Alliance

THE PGA OF AUSTRALIA has joined forces with the PGA’s of the US, Great Britain and Ireland to establish a new international alliance aimed...

Can Greg Norman be lured to the revamped NSW Open?

THE 2009 NSW OPEN could have a major profile boost with suggestions today that organisers are attempting to lure Greg Norman to the event. It...

China grabs World Golf Championship event

THE WORLD golf map is changing with China to host one of the elite World Golf Championship events this year. World number one Tiger Woods...

Scott Strange wins first OneAsia Super Series event

A SIZZLING back nine performance has seen Australian Scott Strange claim the Volvo China Open by one shot and make history by becoming the...

Sim wins in US while Ogilvy and Norman falter before Masters

AUSTRALIAN Nick O’Hern has tied for third at the Shell Houston Open, while the rounds of Geoff Ogilvy and Greg Norman unraveled in their US Masters lead ups. After being tied for first overnight, Ogilvy finished in a five person tie for sixth and Norman, in his much vaunted lead up to Augusta, finished 70th. Meanwhile, Michael Sim became the third Australasian winner on the Nationwide Tour this season, blitzing the field by a whopping six shots to claim the Stonebrae Classic in California. See the full Aussies in Action world round up.

Sir Bob still belting it out at 73

LEGENDARY Kiwi golfer Sir Bob Charles will turn 73 during the running of the New Zealand Open this Saturday but the World Golf Hall of Famer hasn’t been talking up his chances of making his second cut in a row at the event. Charles turned the competition on its ear last time, finishing T23, twice shooting better than his age, coming home third best Kiwi and becoming the oldest player in history to make the cut at a major PGA Tour event. With a sudden cold snap plummeting temperatures and bringing snow and soggy conditions to New Zealand’s south island, Charles didn’t fancy the effect it would have on his circulation or his run off the tee.

Greg Norman keeps on walking

GREG NORMAN will be helping celebrate his recent 54th birthday with a serious tilt at the Johnnie Walker Classic in Perth. After his stunning British...

More golf on free to air TV

MORE golf will be appearing on Australian free to air television following the announcement of an historic new agreement between the PGA of Australia...

Victorian Open Golf Championship 2009

VICTORIAN Ashley Hall has held off the challenge from Scott Laycock and Craig Scott to claim the 2009 Subaru Victorian Open by two shots. Twenty...